Some Yale Park residents were able to scrape together savings for a down payment to achieve a slice of the American dream: a home of their own. Others are still struggling to find decent, affordable housing in Omaha, bouncing around to rentals with backed-up toilets or mice that invade kitchen cabinets.
- Majority on Omaha City Council want to increase housing inspectors faster than Stothert
- Omaha council members ask: Should the city spend more on potholes, recycling and inspections?
- Some units at Yale Park Apartments can be rented out again after owner makes repairs
- State gives Omaha a chance to sort out landlord registry, rental inspection ordinances
- Omaha tenants say inspections will make homes safer; landlords say rents will rise